iWriteWords Lite, the preview version of iWriteWords, is created to help you make a better purchasing decision.
It has all the features of iWriteWords but limited to 3 letters (a, b, c), and 3 words (cat, cup, owl) only.
The award winning iWriteWords, teaches your child handwriting while playing a fun and entertaining game.
How to play:
Help Mr. Crab collect the numbered balls by dragging him with your finger - and drawing the letter at the same time.
Once all the letters in the word are drawn properly, a cute drawing appears.
Slide the letters into the spinning hole and advance to the next level.
- iOS 10 compatibility
- Minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
This is an awsome app! I got it for my daughter who just turned three. I thought it was just to teach how to spell simple words. It does that and so much more. It teaches kids how to write upper and lowercase letters and numbers by allowing them to trace them on the screen. You can also play the alaphebet song by tapping the screen. This was an added bonus because my daughter loves music and singing her "ABC's". The voice in the app is really cute and kid friendly. I couldn't be happier with this app and suggest anyone with a toddler to get it! How many apps have you gotten that you not only liked but was even more then you expected?
Great for my 3 y/o!
I just upgraded from the free version because my 3 y/o started spelling the words (verbally) & is beginning to write! I got the free one to entertain him in the car, waiting room, etc. (he loves it & has a blast using it), but upgraded because he's really learning. Thanks for making such a great app!
As a sidenote-- I should mention that I'm a super-thrifty (cheap) kinda guy, & this is the ONLY app I have ever paid for. Also, as a tip to parents: don't just open the app & give it to your child. Work with them & teach them what they are doing & they will learn much from this "game." Kudos to the developer & thanks again.
Beware! - This app writes its own emails using your mail app!
I tried this app for my daughter and discovered the app wrote an email without any interaction on my part. I opened my mail app recently and discovered a draft email something along the lines of "I'm using iwritewords on my ipad, you should try it too!" I discarded the draft so I don't remember exactly what it said.
I absolutely do not approve of this and am really ticked-off that an app developer would exploit this opportunity on my device. Maybe this is because it's the free version, but I still think it is completely inappropriate.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.